Hillary Clinton’s first advertisement for general election explicitly attacked Donald Trump and is a small cache of his controversies; especially the one when he mocked a disabled New York Times reporter. But trump denied any such mocking activity.

“Clinton made a false ad about me where I was imitating a reporter GROVELING after he changed his story. I would NEVER mock disabled. Shame!,” tweeted Trump.

Clinton’s one-minute pro-American ad, “Who We Are”, points out what as a nation should people choose for America’s welfare; helping people or dividing the country”, asking on what to stand for.

“Today we face a choice about who we are as a nation” begins Clinton in the ad. “Like to punch him in the face I tell you,” says Trump referring to a protestor.

“Do we help each other ?” Clinton asks. Then Trump says,“knock the crap out of them, would you? Seriously.”

“Do we respect each other,” Clinton asks. And here Trump mocks New York Times reporter,Serge Kovaleski. “You gotta see this guy — ahh – I don’t know what I said — ahh – I don’t remember,” Trump says.

“Do we stand together ?.I know what I believe” says Clinton.

Later, she asks: “What kind of America do we want to be? Dangerous and divided, or strong and united?”

Priorities USA Action, a pro-Hilton group, has added this advert to a list of general election ads. The group portrays Clinton as a positive hope to lead America to highest pedestal successfully. And show Donald Trump as mean-spirited and not a powerful candidate to lead America.

Trump was earlier accused of being a “racist”. Although, he said he is “the least racist person ever”.  Well, the sense of conscience was totally different until Trump appeared in a conference and called to “ban Muslims entering in the United States until the representatives figure out what’s going on in the country”, reprots CNN.

This week, Clinton will campaign in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, along with President Barak Obama.